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Rob Newton
Foundation Professor of Exercise and Sports Science with research and professional interests in exercise as medicine and S&C for athlete performance.
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Rob Newton Jul 12
Graduate courses in Enrolment now open and we are offering the following classes this coming semester. Full or part time study and fully online! Contact or for info.
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Rob Newton Jul 12
Excited to be presenting at next April on integrated within overall cancer management. My talk will focus on how to utilize fitness and wellbeing professionals in interdisciplinary support.
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Rob Newton Jul 11
booth at showcasing our and online graduate courses. Visit us at booth #520 or website and
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Rob Newton Jul 11
Great to see human performance technology designed & manufactured in Western Australia showcased on the World stage With data analytics from See Jack at booth #1107 for more info on the C-Force Performance Platform
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Rob Newton Jul 10
has just released a video showcasing the work that they have funded into exercise medicine in management. We are very grateful for their valuable support.
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Rob Newton Jul 7
We are seeking talented early and mid career researchers to join our team to pursue research. These are prestigious fellowships through Interested? Contact me! More info here:
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Rob Newton Jul 1
has just launched a worldwide recruitment for outstanding early and mid career researchers. If you are interested in joining our team researching exercise oncology please contact me!
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Rob Newton Jul 1
Our latest publication from the highly productive POLARIS collaboration which combines datasets from 17 RCTs of exercise interventions in cancer patients!
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Edith Cowan University (ECU) Jun 27
🙌 ECU has again been ranked in the world's top 150 universities under 50 years old in the 2019 Young Universities Rankings!
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Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology (JCEP) May 28
Experience implementing supervised exercise therapy for peripheral artery disease
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Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology (JCEP) May 22
Conference hashtags: A case of – the 2018 Exercise and Sports Science Australia Conference. How active were attendee? Was research being disseminated via twitter?
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Rob Newton Jun 27
We are seeking a specialist in exercise/health/sport psychology for this teaching and research position in Perth Western Australia.
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Rob Newton Jun 27
Congratulations and her team. Your efforts are changing exercise and sports science nationally and building huge recognition internationally for the profession in Australia.
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Rob Newton Jun 25
VIP development of supporting greater access for people to accredited exercise physiologists This is critical as AEP's are THE most appropriate allied health professionals to assess & provide exercise prescription for improved health for people with disabilities
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Rob Newton Jun 24
All alumni and industry partners of are invited to this breakfast event "What is the NDIS Revolution?" Further information and registration at
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Rob Newton Jun 19
Very appreciative to be a finalist for Premier’s Science Awards 2019. Winners will be announced 13 August 2019. I have received huge support from over last 16 years. Health and medical research in WA = great opportunities!
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Rob Newton Jun 15
Well deserved recognition of Prof Lee and his team - outstanding research over many decades
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Rob Newton Jun 15
Congratulations Gary - well deserved recognition of your outstanding research over many decades. It is always a pleasure to collaborate with you and your team.
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Rob Newton Jun 14
June issue of now available from and all members of and have access!
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Rob Newton Jun 11
Exercise is not a single medicine — instead should be viewed as a medical intervention with a myriad of mode and dosage combinations having highly differentiated effects on the body systems.
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